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PHT Morning Skate: Where Adam Henrique’s year is already very special

May 26, 2012, 9:51 AM EDT

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PHT’s Morning Skate takes a look around the world of hockey to see what’s happening and what we’ll be talking about around the NHL world and beyond.

So Adam Henrique‘s rookie season is going all right. Two series-clinching goals, Calder Trophy finalist, and now in the Stanley Cup finals. That’ll do, kid. (NHL.com)

Three first-time Stanley Cup finalists are giddy about the opportunity in Zach Parise, Ilya Kovalchuk, and Peter DeBoer. (Fire & Ice)

So just why did Zach Parise not touch the Prince of Wales trophy? Well… (Fire & Ice)

Hey, remember when Coyotes fans threw trash at the Kings after they won their series? The Kings say to blame the Coyotes players for that. (Los Angeles Times)

Glenn Healy did not appreciate how Ilya Kovalchuk handled scoring his goal in Game 6. (Backhand Shelf)

Bryce Salvador is the Devils secret defensive weapon? You betcha. (NHL.com)

While Ilya Kovalchuk marches on to the Stanley Cup finals, Alex Ovechkin sits and wonders what that’s all about. Again. (Sportsnet)

Memorial Cup: Shawinigan does away with defending champion Saint John, awaits London for title match-up. (Globe and Mail)

  1. gfauthjr - May 26, 2012 at 10:17 AM

    the devils were just to deep for the rangers. the 4th liners for the devils dominated the rangers all series! the rangers had no answer for them. the devils come out of the toughest division in the east, 4 teams for thier division made the playoffs. 1 rangers, 4 penguins, 5 flyers and 6 devils! i see all the EXPERTS so far are picking the kings to win the cup, thats ok ’cause the devils have been the underdogs all playoffs so far! we like it! GO DEVILSAND BRING THE STANLEY CUP BACK TO NJ WHERE IT BELONGS!!

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